Spaces

Room layout for 0–5 year olds

“In a well designed area, children are engaged and feel secure.”
–Anita Olds

Do you work with children between birth and Reception age? Perhaps you are room planning a purpose-built childcare setting, or you may have inherited an existing nursery. Whatever the scenario, you probably stand to benefit from a periodic review of the use of your spaces. 

The following guide, Spaces: Room layout for 0–5 year olds, should help you on your way to getting maximum use of the classrooms at your disposal.

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